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Travel Blogs from Thabazimbi
... haven't given a Hornbill Drive, I did get the opportunity
just a few days ago to present at the Modjadji Tea. Mabula has a
timeshare program and once a week, all of those guests gather
together to hear talks about various aspects of the reserve and enjoy
tea, cakes, and sandwiches. I was holding down the fort at Mabula
while the rest of my colleagues were either on off days or in other
parts of ...
... br> In the Big 5 area, once again we didn't see much at all, except for great scenery. We drove along Ndlopful Drive then onto Lekganyane Drive and at the end we turned right and began the 4x4 track. At first the track was not very 4x4ish and then it got very bumpy. It took us about 45 minutes to get to the end of the track. Along the way the only animal we saw was a little Grey Duiker. The silly thing with this track is ...
... Loop (which is one of three loop roads) – the only campsite in the park. It was about a five minute drive from the entrance gate to the campsite.
The campsite is unfenced and has a great view of a permanent waterhole- Bontle Dam. When we arrived there were warthogs and impalas drinking water and ostriches wandering around. As I stood watching, a dazzle of zebras came out of the bush and also started to drink. I was very excited – there ...
... we wanted him to react before reacting to any question or situation, he just was not himself for most of the trip.
Luckily he finally relaxed and started to enjoy himself. Hanré spent most of the week-end in the swimming pool and watching movies with ...
Visited with my brother and extended family for the evening. We had to postpone the visit as I had to go and see the psychiatrist/social worker who was appointed to oversee our case. Mixed feelings after visiting her, as it seems she already knows most of the problems, and that she was unhappy about the whole court order business. But the law is the law and it has to follow its course, I suppose.